So, how do you handle tricky guests at your Wedding? It’s your special day and you want to be able to invite everyone you have known to share it with you. However, there may be some people on your Guest list that could, well shall we say, be a bit tricky….
Here are a few of those tricky scenario’s as a guide on how to handle tricky guests…
YOUR OLD COLLEGE FRIENDS
Back in the day, you loved hanging out in the local bars and getting drunk together, but do you want that sort of behaviour on your Wedding Day?
Sit them all on the same rowdy table at the back of the room;
If you can’t beat them, join them and party together like you’re back in college.
You know, the one who forgets he has a job to do by helping with the wedding day and spends the whole time propping up the bar, or coming onto one of the Bridesmaids…
Get the Best Man to write a clear list of tasks of what each of the Groomsmen should be doing on your Wedding Day.
Usually Ushers are the Bride or Groom’s brother, if that’s the case get Mom or Dad to sort him out!
THE DRUNK UNCLE
This is quite a common one at Weddings – there’s always one family member (And yes it’s usually a man, I’m afraid) who thinks he’s an Adonis and spends the day letching at your Bridesmaid (I’ve got one in my family!)
This is a tricky guest to handle, so you may have to delegate another family member to handle him!
Make him part of the entertainment at your Wedding and laugh at him (You might want to warn your Bridesmaids beforehand though, of his tendencies)
They decide to be the loudest when it comes to the best man’s speech; your stress limits go through the roof every time they run past your beautiful delicate wedding cake…
Put together an activity pack that will keep the little ones entertained all day
Have a no-children policy
(*Keep an eye out for my upcoming blog in the next couple of weeks all about Children at your wedding)
THE UNINVITED PLUS ONE
You’ve taken ages to work out your perfect table plan and now a close family member decides they want to bring their new boyfriend/girlfriend..
Ask your Venue to add an extra place;
Apologise and say that you’re at your maximum numbers for the day and invite the plus one to the evening only.
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